Without a functioning FCC, it’s only a matter of time before Big Tech and Big Telecom team up to screw us all.
Order takes several steps to restore telecom oversight, ban sneaky fees, and kill harmful, exclusive landlord broadband deals.
An investigation by New York's attorney general has confirmed that Big Telecom paid to flood the net neutrality debate with millions of fake comments.
AT&T can no longer give its own streaming content preferential treatment, thanks to a recent California legal victory.
It’s the first step in what’s expected to be a major tech policy reversal from the Trump era.
Pai killed net four years of handouts to Big Telecom are over.
While legal in the wake of net neutrality’s repeal, the effort to pander to baseless partisan outrage still isn’t a great idea.
Experts tell Motherboard that no, rubber stamping the whims of AT&T, Verizon, and Comcast did not result in untold riches for American consumers.
AT&T said a net neutrality repeal and tax cut would result in new jobs and more broadband investment. It's cut tens of thousands of jobs and is spending less than ever.
The FCC boss insisted at CES that ignoring the public and killing net neutrality fixed America’s broadband problems. It didn’t.
We spoke to Avijit Michael—a founding member of Jhatkaa, India’s biggest homegrown organisation for online activism—about dissent and demands in a dysfunctional democracy.